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Participants in 2018

Updated 6 February 2018

Main professional activity / position

  • New Zealand Government – Ministers
  • Professor / Director
  • CTO for HPC
  • Principal Adviser
  • Managing Director
  • IT Consultant
  • Distinguished Engineer
  • Scientist
  • Programme Manager
  • Ambassador
  • Research / IT
  • Deputy Director
  • Manager
  • Snr System Administrator
  • Systems Engineer
  • Trade Counsellor
  • Solution Architect
  • Senior Software Engineer
  • Linux Systems Administration
  • Developer
  • General Manager
  • Senior Investment Manager
  • Architect
  • Product Manager Data and Analytics
  • Student
  • Senior Open Source Developer

 

Main fields of interest

  • HPC / Big Data / AI systems and their convergence
  • Philosophy of technology, drivers and impacts of technological developments
  • HPC, machine learning and big problems!
  • Blockchain, smart contracts, privacy, accountability
  • HPC, big data & storage, cloud compute, Linux
  • How the supply side can cater for the ICT needs in the coming decade.
  • IoT / Big Data / Agriculture
  • HPC, computer graphics, computer arithmetic, parallel computing
  • Big Data, Blockchain, IoT
  • OpenStack, HPC, SKA
  • Data Software Engineering / Applied Analytics / Optimisation
  • Operations Research
  • HPC for materials science
  • Big Data, Precision Agriculture, Software Engineering
  • Business apps, solution design, software design
  • HPC, Big Data, Simulation, ANN, Materials
  • New Zealand government’s priorities and focus areas.
  • Blockchain, machine learning, scalability
  • Computer Science, High-performance Computing

 

Any specific expectation from MW2018?

  • Fruitful discussions
  • Panel on Precision Agriculture
  • Lots of discussion and interaction!
  • Networking
  • Learn more about SKA’s HPC aspects!
  • Updates on SKA and what people consider the “hot issues” in computing
  • First time – not sure what to expect! đŸ™‚
  • Expecting more excellent discussions and a coverage of broad topics – a continuation of exactly what made Multicore World great in previous years
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